Scotland will be hoping to continue their winning ways when they take on Georgia on Saturday 26 August in the Famous Grouse Nations Series at Scottish Gas Murrayfield.
Kick-off is at 1730 hrs, and spectators are strongly encouraged to plan journeys well in advance to reach the stadium early to avoid queues and bottlenecks at the turnstiles.
There will also be diversions in the Murrayfield area which will impact those leaving the match – please see below for details or visit our Service Updates page.
If travelling by car from outwith the city, please consider using Park & Ride facilities.
Ingliston Park & Ride – Scottish Murrayfield Stadium:
- Service X12 will depart every 15 minutes between 1445 hrs and 1645 hrs.
- Regular departures from Scottish Gas Murrayfield Stadium to Ingliston Park & Ride after the game.
Hermiston Park & Ride – Scottish Gas Murrayfield Stadium:
- Service 25 to Gorgie Road (10-minute walk to the stadium) up to every 12 minutes.
From the city centre, the follow services are available:
- To Gorgie Road – Services 22, 30, X27, and X28.
- To Gorgie Road – Services 1, 2, 25 and 33.
- To Corstorphine Road – Services 12, 26, 31, and X18.
From Edinburgh Airport:
- To Corstorphine Road – Airlink 100.
From West Lothian:
Travelling by train to/from Edinburgh?
Rugby fans are being urged to plan ahead and allow additional time for travel, particularly on their journey home, due to limited access at Haymarket Station caused by the ongoing redevelopment of an adjacent building. Any customers travelling from Haymarket will be required to use the main entrance. Train customers should expect longer waiting times, and passengers are asked to consider travelling straight to Edinburgh Waverley after the final whistle to reduce their need to queue, or postponing their travel home until later in the evening.
Lothian Buses and Edinburgh Trams provide links into the city centre, so please consider travelling onwards to Waverley Station with us if you need to travel by train after the match. More information is available on ScotRail’s website.
Buses will be subject to diversions in the Murrayfield area, affecting Services 1, 2, 12, 22, 26, 30, 31, 100, X18, X27 and X28. Diversion information – when available – can be found on our Service Alerts page.
With contactless payments accepted on all our services, it’s never been easier to plan a journey to BT Murrayfield Stadium, and with our daily/weekly capping model, so you’ll never pay more than you need to for your travel!
If you’re travelling with others, you can also use contactless to purchase paper tickets. Read our contactless and TapTapCap FAQs.
M-tickets offer you the flexibility of pre-purchasing any combination of ticket types and quantities for use on all our buses and Edinburgh Trams and loading them on your phone before you travel. Just activate your ticket as you board the bus and show your phone screen to the driver.
Our adult and family tickets can be bought in advance on our m-tickets app. Some discounted ticket bundles are also available.
Cash fares are accepted on all our services. Please be aware that the exact fare is needed when paying with cash on our buses because our drivers cannot give change.
Under 22s and over 60s can travel for free provided they hold a valid Young Scot NEC/Scottish NEC.
Download our mobile app to help plan your travel to the game (or back into town for post-match celebrations, fingers crossed!). View service alerts, track buses and more, all from your smartphone.
For security reasons supporters are urged where possible not to bring bags to Scottish Gas Murrayfield. Bags larger than A4 size (21cm x 30cm) will not be permitted unless required for medical or childcare reasons. Bags A4 size or smaller will be searched prior to entry into the stadium.
For more information about match day, visit the Scottish Rugby website.